I’ve been doing the 21 Day Fix Extreme workout since it came out last February. The program comes with an easy-to-follow workout schedule. The nice part is that workout are only about 30 minutes in length, making them easy to fit into a busy lifestyle. Here is an idea of the typical 21 Day Fix Extreme Workout Schedule:
21 Day Fix Extreme Workout Schedule
MONDAY – Plyo Fix Extreme
TUESDAY – Upper Fix Extreme
WEDNESDAY – Pilates Extreme
THURSDAY – Lower Fix Extreme
FRIDAY – Cardio Fix Extreme
SATURDAY – Dirty 30 Extreme
SUNDAY – Yoga Fix Extreme
21 Day Fix Extreme also comes with a workout call 10 Minute Fix for Abs
21 Day Fix Extreme Hybrid Workouts
I modify the 21 Day Fix Extreme Workout Schedule according to other things I have going on with my training efforts. I rarely do Cardio Fix Extreme, because I try to run at least 3-4 times a week. I concentrate on Upper Fix/Lower Fix/Plyo Fix. I also find that Ab Ripper X, for me, is more effective than the 21 Day Fix ab workouts. Consult with your coach about coming up with a hybrid workout that works for you and your own lifestyle.
Differences Between 21 Day Fix and 21 Day Fix Extreme:
I’ve done both programs multiple times, and I would not recommend 21 Day Fix to anyone who is not at least intermediate level or above. It’s tough! Beginners should definitely start with the original 21 Day Fix workouts. As they progress, adding heavier weights will make the routines more challenging.